Lightroom Classic 7.3: Crop tool showing last image (GPU on)

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Have updated to LR Classic CC 7.3  Develop module when using the crop tool it shows the last image cropped for about 1 second before showing the current selected image.
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Macbook Pro Retina, 15-inch, Early 2013
Lightroom 7.3.1
MacOS High Sierra 10.13.4
NVIDIA GeForce GT 650M 1024 MB
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Yes. If you are experiencing the issue, please hit the [Me Too] button. It helps us track the overall impact of any particular issue.
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled editor shows previous photo for a second before showing currently selected photo.

When I want to 'develop'/edit photo then editor shows previously edited photo for awhile and then displays photo I currently selected for editing
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Now I see Im not the only one with this problem, I work on Mac latest version and post my first report on the same problem beneath , so i was directed to this site by another person, hope they sort this out soon, I feel like chewing on my arms or something !

Hi everyone, please help this is so frustrating ! I have LR Classic 7.3.1 (Latest version) when i crop a photo and go on to the next photo and press the crop tool for that photo it jumps back to the last cropped photo and first show you that crop and then jumps back to the one that you actually wants to crop, it jumps back and forth every time i press the crop tool on a photo, I tried both the keyboard short cut for the crop tool as well as on the icon itself. Maybe its just a setting that i can deselect or something. Hope someone can help me ! Thanks... Ronel
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Official Response
We have logged a bug for this. We are working on fixing this and update here when we have a fix for the same.

Thanks,
Smit Keniya
Lightroom Classic CC Team
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Lightroom 7.4 was released earlier today and should have a fix for this issue. Give it a try and let us know if you continue to see this problem. Thank you for your patience!
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Thank you Rikk, the bug is gone for me. Keep up the good work!
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Jerry

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For those of us using Lightroom Classic CC and working on desktops, when will this update become available?  
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It is already available. If you don't see it in your Creative Cloud app as an update, refresh your app by hitting [Ctrl/Cmd]+[Alt/Opt]+[R] 
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Jerry

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Thanks.  When I had checked a few minutes ago only the Lightroom CC showed an update. Now the Lightroom Classic shows an update as well as Photoshop. 
Thanks,
Jerry
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Jerry

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I just tried it and the bug seems to be gone.  Thanks for taking care of the problem.
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Bruno Beucher

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I did not installed the update yet and the bug even doesn't appear anymore
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in sone situations there is still a short flickering of the previously cropped image in LR 7.4.
It can best be seen when you change the Folder/Collection, select an image and press the R key.
To me the behaviour seems somehow different dependend on which GPU mode you use (DirectX or OpenGL (via setting the config.lua flag)):
With OpenGL the screen gets black for a while until the image to be cropped is displayed.
With DirectX the probability for the short flickering of the old picture is higher.
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I’ m using Lightroom Cc 7.4 release on Windows 10. When I use the crop overlay tool it reverts to previous photo and stays there.
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Most are reporting it fixed. Let's reset your preferences and see if that cures it for you:  

A Preference File will survive a Lightroom uninstall/reinstall. Sometimes weird behavior is corrected/cured by resetting the preferences. 

Reset Procedure:

1. Close Lightroom.
2. Hold down [Alt/Opt]+[Shift] while restarting Lightroom. 
3. Overwrite the Preferences when prompted by the dialog.
4. Close Lightroom.
5. Restart Lightroom.

Does the previous image with crop tool behavior continue after resetting the preferences?
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This bug seemed to go away for me with 7.4 and currently is showing signs of it again with 7.5.
I tried the reset preferences procedure and it did not fix it.
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I have noticed the same thing. It doesn't last as long as it did before and doesn't do it all the time.  Mac OS High Sierra 10.13.6 running Adobe Lightroom Classic [1186149].
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Same here. Can a moderator revert the status of this thread please? This is not solved and I’ve also highlighted it previously.
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The thread is not marked as solved, Jerry. It currently has no status. I am changing it from No Status to Acknowledged. The bug cross-referenced here is still open but I do not have a time frame for resolution that I can share at this time. 
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I don't know if it was for me or the other Jerry, but thanks for the information.
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(Sorry, I removed the solved status and forgot to mention it!)
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It doesn't show the last image anymore but the lag is still there. It's just the background instead of the last image.
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At my system it DOES show the last image for a very short time.
"funny" detail: when you press <ctrl+r> at a video the display shows "video is not supported in develop module". When you switch back to the library, select an image and press <ctrl+r> this dialog window "video is not supported in develop module" is shown for a short time.
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So not sure if this is a fix but the problem seems to have gone away.
I've done two things recently and not sure which one if any have fixed the problem but figured I would share in case someone else wanted to test it.
First thing I did was disable LogiOptions plug-in in plug-in manager. I did this in an attempt to remedy another problem I was having after deleting images from a collection.
The second thing I changed recently was the Tool Overlay option after the Crop function is selected.
I usually kept that on Always but changed it to Auto.
I just edited the first 350 images from a wedding and not once did it flash to an old image.
In the past, I would have to restart LR after about 50-100 images because I couldn't stand it anymore. 
Hope this helps!!

Cheers,
Toby
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I have the same problem today running LR 8.0 - the previous image and crop does not go away. I went to set preferences and unchecked the box about using the GPU. The LR display (in my background) immediately changed to the correct image. I thought I'd go back and turn on the GPU to see what would happen then - when I got there in the LR preferences, I found the the Use GPU box was already checked! I don't think that should be the case, since I just unchecked that same box. Is this a different bug, or a "feature?" I vote for "Bug."
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Richard Kain

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I have the same problem today running LR 8.0 - the previous image and crop does not go away. I went to set preferences and unchecked the box about using the GPU. The LR display (in my background) immediately changed to the correct image. I thought I'd go back and turn on the GPU to see what would happen then - when I got there in the LR preferences, I found the the Use GPU box was already checked! I don't think that should be the case, since I just unchecked that same box. Is this a different bug, or a "feature?" I vote for "Bug."
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And this is still a thing with the latest and greatest version 9.0 of Lightrooom Classic. Unbelievable. 
How can they not be fixing this? It's like Adobe just does not know how to handle the GPU acceleration. Shaking my head....